With the client laying face down we use three strokes of a body brush up the legs, three strokes down the back and three down the arms to remove any dead skin cells and bring the blood to the surface to eliminate toxins from the body. We then apply a small amount of oil to the skin followed by the frangipani scrub. Using fast circular movement we then rub the scrub into the skin. The process is then repeated on the front of the body missing out the tummy and chest. The treatment is completed with a short scalp massage before getting the client to shower off the salt scrub, leaving their skin nourished with a healthy glow.
It is a luxurious salt scrub that melts on contact with the skin and leaves it beautifully soft and nourished. Mineral rich salts and hibiscus cleanse and exfoliate, while an infusion of exotic Tahitian monoi oil and frangipani flowers seal in moisture, leaving skin delicately fragranced.
Frangipanis are highly characterful trees from Australia and other warm climates, ranging from deep crimson to orange , yellow and white (and every shade in between).
To keep the skin feeling soft and moisturised there are products the client can use at home. Elemis sell a range of Frangipani body products including a salt scrub, shower wash, body cream and body oil, all of which I would recommend.
Post treatment I would advise my clients to use any of the Frangipani range to help keep their skin feeling soft and moisturised. They can use the scrub at home once a week to help maintain their exfoliation, or if they are in a position to have regular treatments then I would recommend one every two weeks to a month.
I would recommend this treatment to anyone. It will be more beneficial for people with dry skin but is beautiful for anyone.
Anyone with open cuts or wounds because the salt will sting, and anyone who has had recent surgery because it can inhibit the healing process.
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